Local Students Named to Assumption's Spring 2019 Dean's List

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WORCESTER, MA (05/29/2019)-- Assumption College has announced that 558 undergraduate students, or recent graduates, have been named to the College's prestigious Dean's List for the spring 2019 semester.

  • Gretchen Lynch of Forestdale MA
  • Julia Malta of Buzzards Bay MA
  • Catherine Mullaney of Yarmouth Port MA
  • Elizabeth Sullivan of South Dennis MA
  • Olivia Burke of Harwich MA
  • Gertrude Cox of South Wellfleet MA
  • John McDonagh of Onset MA
  • Tess Pimental of East Falmouth MA
  • Mary Rezendes of South Yarmouth MA
  • Madison Doyle of Pocasset MA
  • Sean Laughlin of East Sandwich MA
  • Sydney McCann of South Dennis MA

To receive recognition, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 for a five-class, 15-credit semester. The Dean's List is announced following the spring and fall semesters.

"Earning a place on the Dean's List signifies more than just ability," said Eloise Knowlton, Ph.D., dean of undergraduate studies. "It marks a serious commitment to study and achievement, a disciplined approach to student life, and consistent effort and engagement over the span of the semester. We are very proud indeed of those who appear on the list."

Providing to students opportunities to obtain a depth and breadth of knowledge, the Assumption curriculum prepares students for professionally and personally fulling lives and careers. Students study at the Worcester, Massachusetts or Rome, Italy campuses and become engaged participants in Assumption's classic liberal arts education and professional programs, exploring new ideas, making connections across disciplines, and pushing themselves to achieve more than they ever thought possible. To prepare for the workforce or the pursuit of additional study, students learn cutting-edge theory and best practices and develop excellent communication and critical-analysis skills - quintessential skills of a liberal arts education - through classroom work, internships, and involvement in extracurricular activities


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